James Fox of James Fox Tree Service wished folks a Happy New Year with his Gabber from western New York, just outside of Buffalo.
Take the Gabber
Chad Lance recently enjoyed exploring the deep historical roots of Savannah, Georgia’s waterfront district – and he brought his Gabber.
In New Rochelle, New York, Bette Pollak’s favorite reads include the Gabber and her gardening magazines, as she tries to figure out what to plant in the spring.
Kayak is on vacation from Indianapolis and was hoping to meet Gabber Dog Calypso, but it was not meant to be.
Gabber dog Calypso enjoyed reading her Gabber on a paddle board at White Gate Court in Islamorada – the perfect Thanksgiving getaway.
Gulfport resident Brenda Graf saves Gabbers and sends them to her mom, Joyce Olsaver, in Vernon, Connecticut.
Melinda and Bob O’Dell grabbed their Gabber and headed out of the state for a change of scenery at Big Bend National Park in southwestern Texas.
Gulliver Sumner took his human, Rob, on a recent trip to the Cullasaja River Gorge near Highlands, NC. Gully always travels with the Gabber.
Regina and Robert Buscemi went to visit their grandchildren in Westerville, Ohio in early October and said, “It was worth the 15 hour drive!”
These poor souls may have waited a bit too long for a table outside of Pia’s Trattoria during Gulfport’s debut IndieFaire.
Wolfgang Deininger says, “Karen Love and I took a mini vacation to the Florida East coast last week and, as always, we took Gulfport and the Gabber with us.”
Pearl Moore, Betty Duffey and Brenda Ott took the Gabber with them on vacation to Anna Maria Island